The Fold 'n Stitch Wreath by Poorhouse Quilt designs is a fun and easy project to complete. The wreath can be used on your wall or door but it also makes a great table topper or centerpiece.
Use your favorite seasonal fabrics to make this wreath pop. Keep reading to see some photos of different versions of this wreath that we've made. You can embellish them with buttons, beads, or any other items you can find.
Find other wreaths on our Wreaths project page.
Here is our video showing some of the wreaths we have created. See below for more photos and close up photos of wreaths we created.
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Making the Wreath
The Fold'n Stitch Wreath pattern is by Poorhouse Quilt Designs. Since this is a purchased pattern, we cannot show you how to make the wreath. But, get some ideas on making your own wreath by looking at the many different versions we've made.
The Bosal precut stabilizer squares make the Fold'n Stitch Wreath quick and easy to make. These stabilizer squares are fusible foam squares. This gives the wreath the stiffness to hold its shape when hanging.
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Holiday Fold 'n Stitch Wreath
Below is a holiday version of this wreath with some small beads at the points. This wreath uses a holiday snowflake fabric for the background fabric, a holiday maroon fabric for the feature fabric, and a green holly fabric for the back fabric.
This close up of the wreath shows the small beads used at the points.
Patriotic Fold 'n Stitch Wreath
Below is a patriotic version of this wreath. I used some small star buttons on each point. The background fabric is a dark blue star fabric. For the feature fabric is a super cute patriotic bugs fabric. A patriotic fireworks fabric is used for the back. This is a wonderful wreath to hang on my door for July 4th and other patriotic holidays.
This is a closeup of the patriotic wreath. Little star buttons were used for the points.
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Fall Fold 'n Stitch Wreath
This fall wreath was made by my friend Wendy. I like her version and fabric choices. She used an orange fabric for the background which complements the leaf fabric used for the feature fabric. Another leaf fabric was used for the back fabric. A few tacking stitches were used at the points to hold them together.
This is the full view of the fall wreath. Thank you, Wendy, for allowing us to share this with our readers!
Sunflower fold 'n stitch Wreath
I saw a version of this sunflower wreath and just had to make one for myself. I love sunflowers and this is a fun version with little sunflower and ladybug buttons. I also created a couple of leaves and sewed them to the back of the wreath.
The brown fabric is appliqued to the squares after they are turned but before they are zig-zagged. Here are the steps:
- Create the squares with the Bosal as instructed in the pattern.
- Back a piece of brown fabric with Heat 'n Bond Lite.
- Cut six 4" squares of brown fabric.
- Cut the 4" squares across the diagonal to make 12 triangles.
- Place each triangle over the corner of the squares and iron to adhere.
- Zig-Zag around the brown triangle.
- Zig-Zag around the remainder of the square as instructed in the pattern.
- Continue with the pattern instructions.
To make the leaves, draw a leaf pattern on a piece of paper and then cut out four pieces from green fabric adding a 1/4" seam allowance. Sew them with right sides together leaving an opening to turn. Turn them to the right side and press. Sew around the edge with a topstitch which will sew closed the opening. Optionally sew some veins onto the leaf. Place and hand sew the leaves onto the wreath.
Simple Wreath Hanger
Finally, here is another video showing how to make a simple wreath hanger for your wreath from a wire hanger!
We hope you create your own wreaths. Have fun with this project! Below are links to vendors where you can purchase items you need for this project.
Other Wreaths to Make
Are you interested in other wreaths you can make? We have free tutorials below.
Patriotic Farmhouse Rag Wreath - A rag wreath is very easy to make; you just cut fabric strips and tie them to a wire wreath form.
No Sew Fabric Wreath - This fabric wreath is quick and easy to make. No sewing skills are required. Click to learn how to make it.
Loop Yarn Wreath - This is another quick and easy wreath which requires no sewing skills! This is made using the new loopy yarn. Click for a free tutorial.
Machine Embroidered Christmas Wreath - This is a wreath made with an embroidery machine. The sections are pieced together as you go. This is a fun wreath to make.
Dollar Tree Easter Bunny Wreath - This is another simple wreath that does not require any sewing. Watch our video tutorial!
Candy Cane Rag Wreath - A fun Christmas wreath.
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